Redneck Caskets on Sale Now
I am a HUGE eBay fanatic. Since it first came out in the mid 90s, they have been selling random treasures you didn't know you needed. Fun fact, the first item sold on eBay? A broken laser pointer. For a while, eBay got weird. I remember you could buy John F. Kennedy's kidney every few weeks. The only problem with that was that sometimes there were 6 or 7 of them for sale at a time. Either they were fake posts, or Kennedy was a big water drinker.
My head is riddled with ADD and things pop in my head daily to write about. I was driving past the casket place that used to be on Ryan Street here in Lake Charles while coming to work and it hit me. I wonder how "redneck" of a casket can you find on eBay. I am pretty sure they make them even more worse than these, but this is a very good start!
First up, the all camo casket. For sale by eBay user bcrain0161
The description of the item isn't as thorough as I'd expect for selling such a "must have" item as this, but it does get to the point.
"Tulip wood casket with camo covering, beige crepe interior. New!"
Let's hope it's new bcrain, or you've got some explaining to do. Especially with the $2,250 price tag!
If full camo isn't your eternal choice, perhaps you like hunting and want to always remember "the one that got away". eBay user poison1joe has you covered dear reader. Poison Joe has a much more thorough description and even offers "express delivery". Great angle on making the sale if you ask me. Price tag on this jewel is $2,300.
This Hunting Casket has a[n] oak veneer over cedar interior. Matching camo design on the outside with a majestic deer on top. The casket is designed for ultimate [the] ultimate sportsman in your life. Payment due immediately. Buyer pays shipping. Espress delivery available.
Last, but certainly not least, and my absolute favorite is also from seller poison1joe is this nod to a finer time in life in the town of Hazzard County. I had to take a second look at the lid, it has a photo of the whole Dukes of Hazzard stars on it. The only thing that could possibly make this better would be if it had the General's air horns going off every few minutes, AND that when they dropped me in the ground in this coffin, it would be from a 20ft long ramp as the horns play their last "dixie" tune. At $2,000, the General Lee seems to be a hot seller as they are currently not in stock.
I was really surprised I didn't come across an LSU casket. I'm sure half of Louisiana would be..... dying to get that one.....